From the glamour of a day at Decorex...
..to feeling the chill on site in October

GREETINGS FROM THE FALCHI STUDIO where September and October have seen a couple of our favourite projects entering their final stages, new clients introducing themselves to us and the return of an old friend.  Although we’re coming into the winter months, this is a time to be looking forward for us. At Olympia,  Decorex, the interior designers’ trade show, reconvened for the first time since lockdown and introduced us to some inspiring new sources as well as reaffirming some old acquaintances. As you may have read in the press, the building industry is thriving at the moment and we have several projects in the early stages of redevelopment which means lots of extra padding on site visits!


With a project is as big as either of these two, our clients feel like family members and we often stay in touch. As sad as we are to see them go, there’s no doubt there’s a buzz seeing these projects progress towards completion, sorting out any last minute requests and  planning a photographic shoot to record the finished result.

View across sitting/dining rooms of interior architecture/design project, Sunningdale
The entrance doorway of our Sunningdale project
Sitting room, interior architecture/design project in Shurlock Row
A quiet corner in which to enjoy a favourite book at Shurlock Row


Two clients have returned to the Falchi Studio this month, one for a garden project which we completed working with our contractor, Accurate Professional. The second a complete refurbishment of a project we completed almost ten years ago – more of that to be revealed in the New Year.

Back in 2018 we completed this rebuild and redesign project in Richmond
This year a new seating area was requested for the garden
We're so pleased to be involved with the future of this beautiful Grade II listed country house once again


For the first time since lock down we were able to visit the Decorex exhibition. Check out our report on our blog pages.

Molly and Marion take a break on the Vincent Sheppard stand
An inspirational display of samples from Unnatural Flooring
We learnt to love them last year and they'll be with us for some time to come. Curved armchair from Love Your Home.
This dreamy installation from Haberdashery plays with magical reflections on walls and flooring

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